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Santander Bank in Europe was exposed to hackers and phishing attacks

Several internet security experts from a cyber security firm has just uncovered what appeared to be a huge data leakage from one of the largest banks in Europe. Santander Bank, formerly known as Sovereign Bank, is a Spanish-owned multinational institution, commercial bank, and financial services company based in Madrid and Santander in Spain. It’s been...
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Documents of US President to be exposed unless hackers get paid

A notorious criminal hacking group just got it hands in perhaps one of the most controversial piece of information related to US President Donald Trump today. At least that’s what the hackers are claiming to have acquired just last week. The hacking group, calling themselves REvil, just hacked and got immediate access to some “secret...
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Elexon, UK Energy Market middleman suffers cyber attack

Managing the payments processing and monitoring the supply of power coming from the United Kingdom’s power station operators to power companies is Elexon. Different power companies provide the electricity supply for consumers and businesses in the UK, and Elexon is there to make sure that all the lights are “ON” all the time. Elexon accurately...
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About Coronavirus – Pandemic lock trick mobile ransomware

Being cautious and updated with the latest news about the ongoing chaotic issue with COVID19 is a must for everyone. Knowing the current status for each country and reports of its spread and especially the statistics is the best defense for our protection. As the current mandate and part of the mitigation strategy of each...
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7 new flaws affect all Thunderbolt port of computers

There has been a recent pitch from a Dutch security researcher who found a security flaw in the thunderbolt port or USB type-C port on Thunderbolt-enabled Windows, Apple, or Linux computers before 2020, while some systems shipped since 2019 that provide Kernel Direct Memory Access protection are partially vulnerable. This Evil Maid attack (i.e., attacker...
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Hackers from North Korea: Exposed by U.S. Government on malware and phishing activities

Multi Approach Attack? Cybercrime experts in the United States, such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and the Department of Defense (DoD) recently released their Malware Analysis Report. The report includes three newly discovered programs that were used by North Korea (NoKor) for their malicious scheming. The...
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Source code leak: CS: GO and Team Fortress 2 – Is it still safe to play?

Stealth Play Attack  A few weeks ago, a data leak rattled the online gaming community that targeted Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Team Fortress 2 online games. The source code of these games has been a hot topic on many social media portal that alarms many gamers not to play these online.   The exploitation was released...
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Cloned NHS website in London causes alarm

A yet to be an unidentified group of hackers has just created a fake website, get this – a clone of the NHS (National Health Service) official website. This clone website, as it turns out, is providing information about possible treatments for the coronavirus. Of all the things that the hackers can think of, it...
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Indonesia’s Tokopedia suffers data breach of 15 million customers accounts

The unexpected breach for an online shop An Indonesian E-commerce giant, Tokopedia reportedly encountered a Data breach as per their spokesperson, Nuraini Razak on Saturday. The leaked data of 15 million users of Tokopedia includes full names, usernames, emails, phone numbers and hashed passwords of their customers. Tokopedia ensures that the hackers won’t be able...
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Hacked PwC subdomain hosts both cyber security and pornography

A rather intriguing and sensational event has just made waves across the cyber security world. Several cyber security researchers, including network engineers and testing specialists, encountered a rather familiar domain, resembling that of PwC or PricewaterhouseCoopers. Only it’s hosting not just something about cyber security, but majority of it are ads, links, apps, and other...
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